side hasnother study, ernst & young-- >> no, they don't. >> the report. >> wait, julian, you've got to let me finish, okay? they have a study saying, raising the taxes on the rich would cost 700,000 jobs. the cbhich julian likes said that just if we allowed all the bush tax cuts to expire and the-- the amt, the alternative minimum tax would be addressed, that's 1.8 million jobs, so, no matter how you cut it, even if we just looked anecdotally julian doesn't like. he's a wealthy guynd earnings a lot of of money, ifs' less money to his bottom line next year, i guarantee julian will have to cut back on the landscaping that he does and probably the guy that dves his car, and all of that other stuff. it just doesn't make sense from where you look at the numbers or whether you're looking anecdotally, it doesn't make sense that people's bottom line will be cut and there will be no jobs lost. there obviously will be jobs-- >> okay, okay, hold on.